Former University of Kentucky offensive lineman Dan Neal was among five 2012 inductees named Friday for the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Neal, a Corbin native who played for UK from 1971-72 before a distinguished career with the NFL's Baltimore Colts and Chicago Bears, will be inducted June 15 during the Hall of Fame's 10th anniversary celebration.
The 2012 class also includes:
■ Rob Bironas: Tennessee Titans place-kicker from Trinity High School.
■ Maurice "Mo" Moorman: Louisville native and former Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman.
■ Bubba Paris: Louisville native and former San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman.
■ Chris Redman: Atlanta Falcons and former University of Louisville quarterback.
In addition to the naming of the 2012 inductees, the Kentucky Hall of Fame announced plans to honor the late Johnny Unitas, the Pro Football Hall of Famer from the University of Louisville.
The induction ceremony will also include the presentation of the Blanton Collier Award for Integrity, which will go this year to the Manning family, including Peyton and Eli, who will be attending along with their parents Archie and Olivia, and their older brother, Cooper. The award is named for the former Cleveland Browns and UK coach.
The 2011 All Commonwealth Collegiate Team was also named during Friday's news conference. It includes Defensive Player of the Year Danny Trevathan of UK, and Offensive Player of the Year Bobby Rainey of Western Kentucky.